Western Conference

Midwest Division

Per Game
W LPctGBForOpp
†San Antonio5329.646296.190.2
Head Coaches: Utah— Jerry Sloan (12th season); SA— Gregg Popovich (4th); Min— Phil Saunders (5th); Dal— Don Nelson (3rd); Den— Dan Issel (1st); Hou— Rudy Tomjanovich (9th); Van— Brian Hill (3rd, 4-18) was fired and replaced on an interim basis by assistant Lionel Hollins (18-42) on Dec. 16, 1999.
1998-99 Standings: 1. San Antonio (37-13); 2. Utah (37-13); 3. Houston (31-19); 4. Minnesota (25-25); 5. Dallas (19-31); 6. Denver (14-36); 7. Vancouver (8-42).

Pacific Division

Per Game
W LPctGBForOpp
*LA Lakers6715.817100.892.2
Golden St1963.2324895.5103.8
LA Clippers1567.1835292.0103.5
Head Coaches: LAL— Phil Jackson (1st season); Port— Mike Dunleavy (3rd); Pho— Danny Ainge (4th, 13-7) resigned and was replaced by assistant Scott Skiles (40-22); Sea— Paul Westphal (2nd); Sac— Rick Adelman (2nd); GS— P.J. Carlesimo (3rd, 6-21) was fired on Dec. 27, 1999 and replaced by GM Garry St. Jean (13-42); LAC— Chris Ford (2nd, 11-34) was fired and replaced on an interim basis by assistant Jim Todd (4-33).
1998-99 Standings: 1. Portland (35-15); 2. LA Lakers (31-19); 3. Sacramento (27-23); 4. Phoenix (27-23); 5. Seattle (25-25); 6. Golden St. (21-29); 7. LA Clippers (9-41).

Final NBA StandingsEastern Conference
The Final NBA Standings for the 1999-2000 Season
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